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2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference Speaker

Sensing an Evolution in Strip-Till Fertilizer Application Strategies

Kansas State University researcher Dr. Ray Asebedo to present comparative fertility research and discuss the expanded uses of sensing technology in strip-till at the 2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
Kansas State University researcher Dr. Ray Asebedo to present comparative fertility research and discuss the expanded uses of sensing technology in strip-till at the 2018 National Strip-Tillage Conference.
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[Podcast] A Refreshing Approach to Building the Ideal Berm

This week we're joined by Lowpoint, Illinois farmer, Todd Mooberry, offers some tips and equipment strategies to help minimize erosion concerns on rolling ground, better time fertilizer application and utilize cover crops in strip-till.
This week we're joined by Lowpoint, Illinois farmer, Todd Mooberry, offers some tips and equipment strategies to help minimize erosion concerns on rolling ground, better time fertilizer application and utilize cover crops in strip-till.
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2017 National Strip-Tillage Conference

Pass or Fail? Putting Your Strip-Tilled Soils to the Test

Most strip-tillers understand the importance of soil testing, as they typically serve as the baseline for fertilizer purchases and application. But if someone were to hand you a soil test report, would you be able to read the information and understand what it means? Knowing what to look for, how to interpret the data and then apply it to make informed nutrient management decisions is essential at a time when soil and fertilizer runoff are growing public concerns.
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2017 National Strip-Tillage Conference Speaker

Pass or Fail? Putting Your Strip-Tilled Soils to the Test

Ray Ward, president and founder of Ward Laboratories, to share expert insight on maximizing the value of every nutrient application with data-driven decision-making at the 4th annual National Strip-Tillage Conference Aug. 3-4 in Omaha, Neb.
Most strip-tillers understand the importance of soil testing, as they typically serve as the baseline for fertilizer purchases and application. But if someone were to hand you a soil test report, would you be able to read the information and understand what it means?
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[Podcast] The Do’s and Don’ts of Fertilizer Banding

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Purdue University agronomy professor Tony Vyn to share results of recent fertilizer application research and discuss considerations and cautions for developing a practical nutrient management plan in strip-till.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Blu-Jet, we welcome Purdue University agronomy professor Tony Vyn to share results of recent fertilizer application research and discuss considerations and cautions for developing a practical nutrient management plan in strip-till.
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[Podcast] Getting to the Root of Strip-Till Fertility

In this episode of the <em>Strip-Till Farmer</em> podcast, brought to you by Thurston Mfg., we welcome veteran agronomist Mike Petersen to explain the tactical timeline for fertilizer applications in a strip-till system to strengthen plant roots and maximize yield potential.
In this episode of the Strip-Till Farmer podcast, brought to you by Thurston Mfg., we welcome veteran agronomist Mike Petersen to explain the tactical timeline for fertilizer applications in a strip-till system to strengthen plant roots and maximize yield potential.
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Strip-Till & Cover Crops Transform Texas Grain Farm

It’s said “necessity is the mother of invention” and that “adversity can be a blessing in disguise.” The extreme drought across the Southern Plains in 2011 and 2012 provided a lot of “necessity and adversity” and Bill Weems says he’s one of a number of farmers in the middle of the Texas Panhandle who are better off for the experience.
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6 Strategies To No-Till For 300 Bushels And Beyond - Mark Hanna - NSTC 2014 Presentation - MP3 Download

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A wide range of implements, from specialized tools to fertilizer applicators and subsoilers, are used with strip-tillage. Besides loosening the soil for seedbed conditioning and managing crop residue, strip-till typically involves the injection of fertilizer below the soil surface. View

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